|''Frankie Laine Time'' - 5 September 1956|
An episode of the summer replacement variety series "Frankie Laine Time". Guests include the singer popular with youth (Johnnie Ray), the comedian (Gene Baylos), the dancer (???), the obscure traditional pop singer (Ann Gilbert), and the token African-American (Eddie Heywood). Most variety show episodes give you 1 or 2 of these things, this one gives you all five!
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Variety Show; Variety Series; Frankie Laine; Frankie Laine Time; Summer Replacement; Johnnie Ray; Ann Gilbert; Eddie Heywood
|''Frankie Laine Time'' - 24 August 1955|
Variety series. Frankie Laine starts off by singing "Mule Train", complete with whip. His guests include singer Sheila Bond, comedienne Jean Carroll, and singer Polly Bergen. (please forgive the poor picture quality).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Variety; Variety show; Frankie Laine Time; Frankie Laine; Classic Television; Music; Sheila Bond; Jean Carroll; Polly Bergen
|''Frankie Laine Time'' - 1954 episode|
An episode (I don't know the exact date) of the 1954 version of "Frankie Laine Time". While most 1950s variety series were live with an audience, this one is filmed with a fake audience-track. Lots of music, plus an acrobat act.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Frankie Laine Time; Music
|''Frankie Laine Time'' - 31 August 1955(?)|
Please forgive me for the poor picture and sound. This is an (incomplete?) episode of "Frankie Laine Time", a summer replacement series. Lots of music and dancing. (sound & picture quality aside, I hope the upload turned out OK. My internet connection is very iffy)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Frankie Laine Time
|''Shower of Stars'' - 15 December 1955|
An episode of the often-panned television series "Shower of Stars". This episode has no plot, just lots of music and a little comedy. Guests include Gene Austin, Rudy Vallee, Frankie Laine, Georgia Gibbs, Gary Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, and Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Music; Song; Songs; Pop Music; Gene Austin; Rudy Vallee; Frankie Laine; Georgia Gibbs; Gary Crosby; The Andrews Sisters; Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson
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